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HEMP TEXTILE ROOM GUIDE

HEMP WAGON COVERS & TENTS.

 

WAGON COVERS in the old west were hemp.

Photo: Bill Bridges

Hemp wagon covers and tents in the Civil War.  All the white is hemp.
Wagons Ho!  Before completion of the railroads, emigrants and settlers traveled West in cross-country wagon trains.  The 2,000-mile journey from Missouri to the West Coast took over four months.  -  Old West Collectors Series. Published by Kustom Quality, El Paso, Texas.
KANSAS ORIGINAL RV.

Hemp Museum postcard.

Covered wagon book end of the Hemp Museum collection.
THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS.  Covered wagon train near the Rockies.

Hemp Museum print, CURRIER & IVES.

Fancy ribbed hemp wagon cover at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, with the Curator.

Hemp Museum photo.

Tent City of Coronado Island, San Diego, California, existed for 37 years.  

Hemp Museum greeting card.

They should have called it Hemp City for all the canvas there.
Post Card picture of U.S. Army, Company J. tents at Leon springs, Texas, September 9, 1916.  Canvas tents before the age of synthetics.

Hemp Museum postcard.


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